CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS CALL fOj{ RApfjtf ANNOUNCEMEN T community's role in developing and foster interaction and exchange of AMS 2008 Public-Private Partner- implementing new climate services informatio n among mountain me- ship Forum (formerly the Corporate and products aimed at responding teorology researchers and operational Forum), 22-23 April 2008, Wash- and supporting policies such as car- weathe r forecasters, particularly ington, D.C. bon trading, clean energy, and other those who will be forecasting for the climate change risk mitigation strate- 2010 Winter Olympics. Experts from gies.); and Establishing Community the operational and research sides of The AMS 2008 Public-Private Part- nership Forum will be held at the Priorities—Defining , Prioritizing mountai n meteorology will be in- and Advocating Effectively (Congress vited to speak at all of the mountain University of California—Washing- ton Center, Washington, D.C., 22-23 has repeatedly asked the weather and meteorology events. We anticipate climate enterprise to clearly articulate that these events will attract a broad April 2008. The forum is organized by the Board on Enterprise Economic our needs. In response, the AMS is spectrum of scientists and students. preparing a statement on priorities. Development of the AMS Commis- Papers and posters are invited on sion on the Weather http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-89.4.551
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CALL fOj{ RApfjtf ANNOUNCEMEN T community's role in developing and foster interaction and exchange of AMS 2008 Public-Private Partner- implementing new climate services informatio n among mountain me- ship Forum (formerly the Corporate and products aimed at responding teorology researchers and operational Forum), 22-23 April 2008, Wash- and supporting policies such as car- weathe r forecasters, particularly ington, D.C. bon trading, clean energy, and other those who will be forecasting for the climate change risk mitigation strate- 2010 Winter Olympics. Experts from gies.); and Establishing Community the operational and research sides of The AMS 2008 Public-Private Part- nership Forum will be held at the Priorities—Defining , Prioritizing mountai n meteorology will be in- and Advocating Effectively (Congress vited to speak at all of the mountain University of California—Washing- ton Center, Washington, D.C., 22-23 has repeatedly asked the weather and meteorology events. We anticipate climate enterprise to clearly articulate that these events will attract a broad April 2008. The forum is organized by the Board on Enterprise Economic our needs. In response, the AMS is spectrum of scientists and students. preparing a statement on priorities. Development of the AMS Commis- Papers and posters are invited on sion on the Weather

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